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Sunaho Jinno Piano Recital [Tokyo Performance]

Sunaho Jinno Piano Recital [Tokyo Performance]


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Sunao Jinno Piano Recital in Tokyo

Venue : Hakuju Hall

All seats unreserved 3000 yen

Organizer: Classic Nagoya

Sponsor: Senzoku Gakuen College of Music

Management/Inquiries: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677


Handel: Harpsichord Suite No. 5 in E major, HWV430 ``The well-tuned blacksmith''
GFHaendel : Harpsichord Suite No.5 E-major HWV430 "The Harmonious Blacksmith"

Tamezo Narita: "Hamabe no Uta" Variations
T.Narita : Variationen ueber das Thema "Hamabe no uta"

List: Dance of Death
F. Liszt : Totentanz

Theme and Variations, Op.89
Six Concert Etude Op.35-2 "Autumn"
Theme variety op.89
6 Etudes de concert op.35-2 "L'automne"

Schumann: Symphonic Etudes Op.13
R.Schumann : Sinfonische Etueden op.13


After studying at Nagoya Municipal Kikusato High School Music Department and Tokyo University of the Arts Music Department, completed the master's course at the same university.
The 42nd All Japan Student Music Competition Nagoya Tournament Elementary School Division 1st place.
The 44th All Japan Student Music Competition Nagoya Tournament Junior High School Division 1st place.
1st place in the high school division of the 47th All Japan Student Music Competition Nagoya.
The 8th Sai no Kuni Saitama Music Competition General Category Bronze Award.
2nd place in the piano solo category at the 8th Suita Music Competition (no 1st place).
2nd place in the 16th Takahiro Sonoda Prize Piano Competition.
Performed at Tokyo University of the Arts "Doseikai", "Chopin Complete Concert", and "Memorial Concert for Professor Halina Czerny Stefanska".
Performed the concerto at the 70th Yomiuri Newcomer Award and the 3rd Music University Student Orchestra Festival as a soloist representing Tokyo University of the Arts.
Winner of the Bösendorfer Prize. In 2004, he passed the Nichienren Recommended Newcomer Audition and won the Chunichi Prize. Appeared on NHK-FM "Meikyoku Recital".
Since 2003, he has regularly held recitals in Tokyo and Nagoya.
He has performed with the NHK Nagoya Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Central Aichi Symphony Orchestra, the Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Kyushu Symphony Orchestra.
She studied under Ruriko Kanematsu, Midori Sano, (the late) Halina-Czerny Stefanska, Haruko Kasama, Reiko Nakaoki, Hideto Nishikawa, and Yutaka Kadono.
Currently a part-time lecturer at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music and Kinjo Gakuin University.